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People ‘lovin’ it’ with McDonald’s Ramadan ad

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McDonald’s new advertisement for the month of Ramadan, or the month of fasting according to the Islamic calendar, has received praises and even heartfelt tears.

The advertisement very aptly depicts the struggles of those fasting and yet having to work.

The video, which depicts a delivery rider, takes viewers through his work day, along with all the ups and downs he faces.

The video, shared on McDonald’s Facebook page received 2400 likes and numerous comments praising the heartwarming video. Even some delivery drivers themselves commented, sharing their experiences.

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Even Twitter users loved every minute of it, including the tear-jerking ending.

 


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